- January 1, 2010
- Melvin Tercan, Valentin Khechinashvili
- Closed, Date Unknown
- Sales and Marketing, Marketplaces, Social Media, E-Commerce
- Tinypay.me is an e-commerce platform that enables people to sell physical and digital items, notify friends and receive payments via PayPal.
Tinypay.me is essentially an e-commerce platform that enables people to sell physical and digital items in the easiest way that is possible. The best example is that you're able to put an item up for sale within 60 seconds on our website, notify your friends through Facebook/Twitter and immediately are able to receive payments through PayPal.
As a platform, they also enable other websites and applications to offer the same e-commerce experience to their users as they have on their own website through their turnkey Marketplace feature and their API.
Our latest product, MarketPage, allows anyone to create an e-commerce marketplace on a Facebook Page. As the owner of a page, the cool thing about that is that you're able to invite others to sell there and earn money on every transaction!
Our first customer is Snoop Dogg who uses it to manage several merchants to sell on his Page. Snoop plans to open it up for everyone in the near future and says he's excited to let his fans "get all their Snoop swag on."
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